STAR FLEET PERSONNEL COMMAND FILE
|Assignment:||USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471|
|Played By:||Joseph Daher|
|Voice:||Pevok has a deep and inflectionless voice|
|Born:||13501.21||Age:||74 Earth years|
|Status of Parents:||Telok was a member of the V’Shar (Vulcan Security) early in his life. He met his wife T’Cha, an ambassador to the Federation Council, when he was assigned to her security detail|
|Marital Status:||He is married to T’Pella and has one child, Solok. They both reside on Vulcan.|
Pevok was born in the city of T’Paal on Vulcan in 2341. Much of his early life was spent in study. From Vulcan discipline to the Suus Mahna (martial arts), he received very intense training. Although his parents wanted him to join the Vulcan Science Directorate, Pevok entered Star Fleet Academy instead.
He graduated from the Academy four years later at the young age of 28. In 2369, he was assigned to the newly commissioned USS Intrepid, NCC-74600 as a science officer. He served on the Intrepid for four years. In 2373, Pevok was promoted to lieutenant and assigned to the Nebula class, USS T’Kumbra, where he served throughout the Dominion War.
His life reached a major turning point in 2376, when he resigned from Star Fleet and returned to Vulcan. He married his wife T’Pella, to whom he had been bonded to since the age of 7, in 2377. During this time, he joined the Vulcan Science Directorate and attained the kolinahr, the Vulcan ritual of purging all of one’s emotions.
Pevok underwent his first pon’farr in 2383 and resulted in the birth of his first child less than a year later. He named the boy Solok, after the captain of the T’Kumbra. During Solok’s early life, Pevok devoted much of his time teaching him the same discipline that he had been taught as a boy.
In 2410, Pevok decided to rejoin Star Fleet. After two years of tests and follow-up training, he was recomissioned with the rank of lieutenant and assigned to the USS Titan, CL-2007 under the command of Captain Daher.
When the Federation’s newest heavy cruiser, the USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471, was commissioned in 2412, Pevok was transferred to it along with most of the Titan senior staff.
Academy Major(s): Astrophysics, Gravimetrics
Academy Minor(s): Exobiology
Hobbies and Pastimes: Vulcan meditation techniques, kal-toh
Short-Term Goals: Serve the Ticonderoga honorably, follow the teachings of Surak as best as he can
Long-Term Goals: He wants to instruct his son to the best of his ability
Personality: Humans would consider his personality dry. He tries to be genial to his human colleagues, but usually comes off as cold and detached
Sense of Humor: Pevok has no sense of humor. He relies instead on logic
Phobias: None. They are illogical.
Dislikes: People who allow their emotions to "control" them
Pet Peeves or Gripes: None.
Bad Habits or Vices: None.
Achievements: Pevok is an accomplished scientist among other things. He is very knowledgeable in his fields, and was awarded commendations by both the Star Fleet Science Institute and the Vulcan Science Directorate.
Illnesses: He is affected by the pon’farr, the Vulcan mating cycle, every 7 years
Strengths: He has 3 times the strength of the average human; advanced mental capacity; limited telepathic abilities.
Weaknesses: Like all Vulcans, he cannot metabolize nitrous oxide. Exposure to this gas will render him unconscious in minutes.
Fears: Since the kolinahr, he has learned to repress all of his emotions.
Prejudices: He believes that the Vulcan’s use of logic separates them from many of the races in the universe, but he does not view his race as ‘superior’ to any other.
Off Duty Clothing Tastes: He is rarely seen out of uniform, but when he is off-duty, he wears traditional Vulcan robes
Distinguishing Features: He has arched, upswept eyebrows and ears that taper into a single point at the top
Pets: Pevok had a pet sehlat when he was a child
Friends: Although Pevok has other friends, he believes that his best friend is his wife, T’Pella
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